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T. Murray started Tuesday forthe White City. No services at the Birkett church last Sunday. L. Lavey visited Pinckney one day last week. The Bairds from Detroit are camping at the Portage. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Cobb sr., are entertaining friends. Miss May Tilford, of Pinckney, called here Tuesday. Mrs. Addison Barber was a Pinckney visitor, Saturday. The Fowlerville band boys are in camp at Portage Bluffs. Mrs. A. D. Crane is entertaining her daughter from Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Shoen entertained friends on Sunday. Fred Canfield, of Chelsea, made us a pleasant cali Tuesday. George Clark, of Hamburg, was here on business, Monday. Mrs. Hugh McCabe entertained a friend the last of the week. Mr. Drew, of Iosco, spent Saturday and Sunday in this place. A. Pidd spent the last of the week with his daughter in Ypsilanti. G. Wall has been doing the World's Fair the past few days. Byron Hopkins and fanaily spent Sunday with friends in Lyndon. Mr. Schermerhorn and lady friend of Pinckney, were here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Omar Nordman, of Silver Lake, spent Sunday here. E. Mann and chum, of Pinckney, were callers in this place Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Lavey spent Monday with friends in Pinckney. T. B. Taylor, of Jackson, spent Sunday with his uncle and family. Miss Aggie Falen, of Jackson, is visiting her cousins for a few days. John Schieferstein jr., entertained lis friend from Chelsea on Sunday. Mrs. R. Buchanan and daughter Vlaud have returned from Chicago. Miss Mary Bowler is spending a few weeks with relatives in Detroit. A number from Pinckney held a picnic at Portage Lake last Saturday. The M. E. Sunday school held a picnic at North Lake last Thursday. James Curlett and friend called n their Pinckney friends, Monday. Mrs. Chas. Bell entertained riends several days of the past week. The Misses May and Grace Lavey ntertained their cousins over Sunay. Henry Harris and family, of Putam, spent Sunday with relatives ïere. Miss Josephine Costello spent the )ast week viewing the Fair at Chiaeo. Mr. Wasson, of Kansas, is the uest of oíd friends here for a short ime. B. Taylor was the guest of his ousins in Chelsea the last of the week. J.B. Miles and family, of Omaha, Nebraska, are visitiugfriénds in this )Iace. Will Smith and lady friend, of Vebster, spent Sunday with his ister. Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Vaughn and children spent Sunday with Webster friends. Mrs. John McCabe and family have been entertaining friends for a few days. Misses Edna and Clara Mowers enlertained a number of their friends Saturday. Messrs. E. and C. Goodwin, of Ann Arbor, visited here the first of the week. Mrs. Joseph Bowler entertained friends from abroad several days of last week. Mr. H. Butler has returned to this place after several weeks stay in Wayne. Mrs. F. E. Pearce and son are spending a few days with relatives at North Lake. Mr. and Mrs. George Webb, of North Lake, spent Thursday with their cousins. N. VanRiper and sister, Mrs. Puliver, have been at Hastings the past few days. Mr. and Mrs. James Harris and daughter, of Marión, spent Sunday with his sister. Mr. and Mrs. L. Chamberlain entertained friends from abroad the last of the week. Mrs. Chas. Voorheis and Mrs. Chas Bell and baby were Hamburg visitors recently. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Miller, of North Webster, were Sunday visitors of her brothers. Mr. and Mrs. W. Canfield, of Sylvan, spent Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. A. Taylor. Miss Carrie Taylor left, Friday evening, for an extended visit with relatives in the East. The farmers in this vicinity have about finished their bean harvest and are cutting their corn. Mrs. Miller, of Detroit, spent several days of the past week with her many friends here. Mr. and Mrs. Wra. Hallou and children are spending a few days with her father at Romulus. Mr. and Mrs. G. Lutzer and children spent Wednesday and Thursday with their many friends in Saline. Fire carne near destroying Chas. Carpenter's house last Thursday afternoon. The roof was partly burned and some of the furniture was damaged.


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